Northern Arrny, the village was destroyed as a consequence of
the outbreak of famine.* Then Kondubhattu. the puroliit,
migrated to the southern country ; Peddanna. the Karaiiani
breathed his last ; Vundavehi Siva Eeddi of iSTadigadda Sinia
passed his days in the neighbouring villages ; Timmaraju, the
son of Peddanna, the Karnam, reached Vijayanagaram ; some
of the ai/agars deserted the village, while the others somehow
managed to live in the neighbourhood. The number of years
during which the village remained in ruins as a result of famine
TAe ICaifiyat of Malani\di-Kam1)halad\nne> Cuddapah District; Z. R. $7, pp. 298-9.
30. YITTHALAMBA, THE QUEEN OF HABIHAEA II.
S. 1315 Siimuka : King Harihara married Vitthalamba, the
daughter of Kamadeva, the son of Basavaraja of the Kadamba
family and his wife Padmaladevi.f - Queen Vitthalamba caused
the steps on the way from the Srisaila to the Patalagamga to
ICalfiyat of 2£andanavolu—An Inscription on the £r\saila hillt on
the way from the shrine to the PStalagamga', L. R. 18, p. 404.
31. HARIHARA II AND THE VELAMAS.
RECERLA ANAPOTA NXYAI?U.
As soon as the Revanta among* the horsemen (Anapota)
mounts his charger, the minds of mighty Icings are perturbed ;
the Karnata troops are thrown into confusion by the fierce blows
of his sword ; the whole of the Telugu kingdom is stricken with
panic on hearing the twang of the bow string of this Partha in
battle ; the king of the Oddes (i.e. the Gajapati) is startled by
the thrust of the lance of this fearless warrior ; O ! glorious
Eaya Ravu Anapota, the Sultan and the kings (his allies),
being unable to bear the impact of your attack, have sustained
a disgraceful defeat outside the fort of Sindhur.
* This famine is also noticed by Ferishta. and other Mussalman historians. (See
Briggs' Ferishta IT, p. 349.)
f This disposes of the theory of Fr. Heras that the family of Sangama was deacena-
ed from the Kadambas.